The Unstrung Violin

The violin is one of the most romantic of instruments. If there is a more pragmatic reason other than the effect the violin has on the listener that prompted Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to have Sherlock Holmes be an aficionado of the instrument, I prefer not to know it. In my youth I played, but those […]

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Seascapes et. al. (new prints)

My trip to Hawaii a couple of weeks ago was fulfilling on many levels, not the least of which was photographic. I am well-pleased with the short series of photos I made during that stay and will be sharing them here for the next little while. Many of them will also be available as prints […]

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Tomatillo

A bit of food still life, to prove this blog is still alive. Honestly, the reason for a lack of updates is that I have been very busy updating my catalog of prints that are available. Giving some much needed love to this aspect of my photography is long overdue. Photography is at most times […]

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Chimes

As adults we lose something of the whole-hearted seriousness which children have at their play (and which F. Nietszche observed). It might be a little precious to say there’s something to learn from it, but I do think often that we are pulled in so many directions with responsibilities and other demands on our time […]

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Tulip: Intimate #3

The final image of this series. I admit to enjoying flower photography for several reasons. Not least among the reasons I enjoy flower photography is that I am able to slow down and really look at the subject. Considering different angles, allowing the shapes of the flower’s structure to inform my decisions is almost meditative.

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Leaf Study…an ongoing series

Another image from the Leaf Study series. I’m not yet offering prints from this series as it is a body of work that is far from completion. I currently have no idea when it will be finished or just how much scope the project will have. Eventually I’ll reach a point where I will feel […]

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